PSVR Experiences can be hit or miss, some are cheap experiences made to promote a new movie, and others are genuinely well thought out experiences that might not need a full game. And when Luna was announced for the PSVR, I was immediately interested with it’s beautiful art style. So, Is Luna any good?
Luna is a PSVR Experience that has you following the journey of a bird. This bird is trying to restore the pieces of an empty moon, while also trying to get back home! It’s a simple but charming story.
You’ll be going from level to level solving puzzles and encountering old friends, all while a narrator describes the feelings of the animals, as if he was reading a story to you.
The puzzles themselves are simple, but help keep things from getting boring. There are only two puzzle types though, one has you creating constellations, and the other has you placing trees, leaves, and various other things to bring dread places back to their former beauty. You won’t ever have any difficulty with these puzzles, but I don’t the developers ever wanted to give you a hard time.
What Luna does best is bringing the world to life in VR. It really feels like a story book brought to life with amazing animations and art, combined with beautiful music, and a great narrator.
So overall, I enjoyed Luna. It only took me around an hour to complete, but it was a relaxing and beautiful experience. It really feels like a story book brought to life in VR, and this could be a great thing to show VR newcomers who just want a simple and calm experience. But while I enjoyed it, I do think the $15 price tag is a little too high. $10 would be the perfect price for me, but if you plan on showing this to other people, $15 might be worth it for you.